Reacting to the current wave of swamiji scandals, Trisha says she trusts in God but would never deify a human and warns her co-actresses to be more careful in future. She warned also against the media arguing that it was becoming so all-pervasive in society that it was itself becoming god-like with the power to break a person’s life with a single lifted video.
The top southern actress currently working on Khatta Meeta with Akshay Kumar and Urvashi Sharma, a movie about corruption in the planning department of the highways agency, is also working on Yavarum Kaelir with the dream cast of Kamal Hassan and Madhavan. However, she’s in ho hurry to sign up to a slew of other movies. “I would like to be very careful as my career is at an important phase now,” she says, “I want to look at good scripts and concentrate only on a few films at a time. The number game is no more an issue for me.”
Check out Trisha’s extraordinary turn as a non-glam Syrian Christian woman in this week’s must-see movie Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa, which also stars Silambarasan. Loosely influenced by Dustin Hoffman’s The Graduate, there’s an exceptional soundtrack from AR Rahman. Trisha admits to have been nervous before the release of the movie with its unusual style. “The expectations made me nervous,” she explains, “However, I am happy about the feedback the film is getting now. It’s a role I enjoyed to the full.”